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Yi Peng is celebrated on the full moon of the twelfth lunar month which is held annually in November every year. As the biggest festival in Chiang Mai, Yi Peng attracts thousands of people to come to the ancient city of Thailand.
Being the capital city of Binh Dinh - province famous for martial arts and long pristine beaches - Quy Nhon undoubtedly celebrates festivals that can link to these aspects. Come to Quy Nhon to join its best festivals mentioned in our article.
The great time to enjoy the fall foliage and many festivals in Japan is in November. The weather does gradually become chilly, especially in the mornings and evenings, but a hot spring excursion is a simple remedy for any cold spells you may encounter.
Hinduism is one of the most diverse religions in the world and is associated with a multitude of myths and deities. This belief in more than one god brings with it a plethora of festivals.
The Mooncake is traditionally a mix of salted egg yolks and sweet lotus paste in a hockey puck sized pastry. In response to demand for more varieties, pastry chefs have added some lighter, and better, mooncake flavors. Here are some flavors that you'll find in ...
These big fall festivals in Asia are exciting and widely celebrated, further proof that fall is an interesting time to travel in Asia. Arrive a few days early to these celebrations for a great travel memory, otherwise, steer clear completely until things calm down and ...
Every town in the Philippines, no matter how big or small, holds a fiesta. Traditionally, the fiesta is a time of joyful celebration for Filipinos, who cook heaps of hearty food, throw open their doors to visitors, and parade in the streets. Some Filipino fiestas have ...
The Mid-Autumn Festival is one of Taiwan’s most popular holidays. Also known as Moon Festival, there are many traditions both old and new associated with the holiday. But no festival in Taiwan would be complete without food, and Moon Festival is no different.
Mid-Autumn Festival in Vietnam is often held in the eighth lunar month. It is one of the most important and meaningful festivals in Vietnam. It not only recalls the family love and reunion, but is also a festival for both children and adults in Vietnam.